Speaker Date Topic
Past President Bill Silver Oct 04, 2022 7:30 AM
What’s this AI thing I keep hearing about?

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 

Tim Dinsmore, President, Newcastle Historical Oct 18, 2022 7:30 AM
history of the 18th century shipbuilders on the Damariscotta

He will talk mostly on his archaeology work on the history of the 18th century shipbuilders on the Barstow-Bryant sites on Bill and Polly Vaughan's property in Newcastle! 

 

Michael McGovern, Chairperson Nov 15, 2022 7:30 AM
Global Polio Eradication
John Luft Nov 29, 2022 7:30 AM
ReVision Energy
Riley Stevenson Jan 03, 2023 7:30 AM
Social and Economics of Climate Changes in Maine

Riley Stevenson is a climate activist from Waldoboro. She has worked on local and statewide climate initiatives in the spheres of advocacy, activism, and policy change. She is most interested in the social and economic impacts of the climate crisis on Maine's communities, and on solving problems related to disconnect between those creating policy surrounding this issue and those being impacted by it. She graduated from Lincoln Academy in 2021, took a gap year which brought her as far away as central Chile and as close to home as Portland, and is now studying Environmental Studies and International and Public Affairs at Brown University. 

Sam Kennedy, Kieve-Wavus Education Feb 07, 2023 7:30 AM
Educators In Residence Program

KWE's Educator in Residence program: 
The Educator in Residence (EIR) program works with partner schools to embed one of KWE's Educators into a Maine school community from Thanksgiving through Patriots’ Day. The program is at no cost to the school.

 
In each school, the EIR uses their training in KWE's experiential approach to social-emotional learning and based on four pillars: core-curricular instruction, counseling and behavioral intervention, extracurricular activity, and faculty and staff duties. By partnering with a faculty or staff mentor, EIRs support their school in each of those four areas to help students grow into more socially and emotionally competent learners.
 

The EIR program is possible because of generous donors including the Shelby Cullom Davis Charitable Fund.